After a meal at Cookshop on a particularly sunny day, it seemed appropriate to order the seasonal citrus saladdessert featuring grapefruit, blood oranges, tangerines, pressed yogurt and champagne-honey granite ($8).
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I don't believe there is such a thing as just one perfect chocolate chip cookie, but the ones from Amanda Cook at Cookshop come very close.
It's not a muffin with butternut squash, but more like a butternut squash turned into a muffin, spices and all. And that is a good thing.
A roundup of the best snacks and small plates in New York for five bucks or less.
Cookshop is a casual West Chelsea restaurant that, like sister restaurants Five Points and Hundred Acres, serves a Greenmarket-based menu stacked with appealing snacks and small plates. But is it possible to eat there on the cheap? I stopped by last week to see what a meal of appetizers would look like at Cookshop.
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